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1. Credits guaranteed through Montana State University-Billings.making of a freestanding clay coloumn, showing how to ceramicists add elements on top of each other
2 credits of Graduate level Professional Development are available for teachers through the School of Education, offered by the Department of Art at $199/credit.
2. Work on a variety of self-contained projects by which your teaching practice will be greatly informed. You will go home with an all-round knowledge of projects, adaptable to a variety of situations at schools, that are electrifying for your students. Not only will you have a complete walkthrough of reliable techniques, but ideas that can be realized in a variety of specific situations for embellishment of school buildings or other community spaces, like wall panels or fountains, free standing arches or columns, perfect for shared learning.
3. A two week workshop during summer vacation that allows toK 12 student working on a clay tile combine your love for travel and cultural exploration with the need of earning Continuing Educational Credits. It takes place in the inspiring beauty of the Tuscan hills, close to cultural centres of Western art and civilization like Florence and Siena.
4. A hand’s on experience in clay that will get you in touch with clay artists from around the world with a variety of backgrounds, not only teachers.
5. Your partner or friends may come too, this workshop is open to everybody! If not interested in clay, they may participate in the cultural and culinary explorations, relax and enjoy and free time during the studio part of the workshop. Detailed programme
6. Great value for money:
Cost: double/shared room Euro 2100 – single room Euro 2400Architectural arch in the stage of compositino, laying out on a table square elements built precisely includes single supplement
The workshop fee includes the following:
Welcome dinner and welcome breakfast .
A freshly prepared full Tuscan lunch with wine on all working days
Tuition (class is 6/7 hours per day with 12 hours studio time)
Materials and firings
Field trips to San Gimignano, the medieval city of towers, and Volterra
to visit the Guarnacci Museum of Etruscan Art. Sunday we’llskylight covered with coloured tiles visit Siena.
Load and fire our pieces in the large double chamber wood kiln.
Farewell party.

And which is this fabulous workshop? Shape,
Paddle and Pasta!